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    Albania

    Albania has had a rough twentieth century. After nearly fifty years under the iron curtain of communism, they've only recently emerged back into the wider world.

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    American Samoa

    American Samoa is for those who want a rugged island paradise, with beaches, rainforests and mountains to see.

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    Andorra

    Wedged between France and Spain, Andorra takes the title of one of the smallest countries of Europe with only two roads going in and out. Many visit not only for the rich history, but come in the winter to practice winter sports and the summer to enjoy the hiking trails.

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    Anguilla

    Sitting just north of St. Maarten/St. Martin, Anguilla can only be reached by small aircraft, private boat or ferry from St. Maarten.

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    Antarctica

    Antarctica is undoubtedly one of the world's most adventurous destinations. It is a vast, frozen continent which was only first visited by humans less than 200 years ago.

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    Antigua and Barbuda

    Looking for a place to relax on the beach? Antigua and its sister island, Barbuda, are get places to start!

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    Argentina

    Argentina is a vibrant country with plenty of city-life and nature to explore.

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    Armenia

    While Armenia has struggled since its independence from the Soviet Union, the Armenian people are proud of their heritage and open their arms to visitors.

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    Aruba

    With nearly year-round sunny skies and friendly people, not to mention the famous white-sand beaches, it’s easy to see why Aruba is a great destination.

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    Australia

    A country so large it’s a continent, Australia is home to the Great Barrier Reef, the Sydney Opera House and the giant sandstone formation, Uluru. Find out what else this country has to offer.

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    Austria

    Austria is rich in history and has activities for all kinds of travelers.

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    Azerbaijan

    Azerbaijan shares close ties with Turkey in terms of language, culture and cuisine, but long periods of Persian and Russian occupation have left strong imprints as well.

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    Bahamas

    The Bahamas is a archipelago of islands that spans from the east coast of Florida to the eastern tip of Cuba and northern Haiti. Learn more about what to do in this traveler's paradise.

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    Bahrain

    Occupying an island archipelago in the Persian Gulf, Bahrain may be the smallest of the independent Persian Gulf countries, but it certainly doesn’t lack when it comes to activities on offer.

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    Bangladesh

    Divided into three geographical regions, Bangladesh offers travelers many opportunities for outdoor adventure.

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    Barbados

    Barbados is awash with history, arts, nightlife, fine dining, and shopping. There’s something for everyone and every budget.

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    Belarus

    Belarus has a heavy Russian influence that can be seen in the language, cuisine and culture with a Polish influence near the border of Poland and Lithuania. The country has much to see and the people are quiet welcoming.

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    Belgium

    Prior to the Great War, Belgium was the third largest industrial power in the world and as a result the architecture and art that survived two world wars is alone worth a trip to this part of northern Europe. But the history is another reason people come to Belgium.

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    Belize

    Belize is one of the easiest countries to travel and one of the hardest to leave.

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    Benin

    A French speaking country with beaches and rainforest, the birthplace of voodoo and a wide range of accommodation can all be found in the country of Benin.

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    Bermuda

    Bermuda is well known for it's mysterious namesake the Bermuda Triangle, but don't worry you definitely won't get swallowed up on a trip here.

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    Bhutan

    Nestled high in the Himalayas, The Kingdom of Bhutan is the world’s last remaining Buddhist Kingdom. It is primarily known for the unique preservation of its ancient culture and untouched landscape.

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    Bolivia

    With history dating back over 3000 years, there is plenty to see and do, all while keeping your budget low with affordable places to stay.

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    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Bosnia has a beauty and charm that outshines the bombed out buildings and pockmarked sidewalks. It is now safe, welcoming to visitors and well worth taking a chance on.

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    Botswana

    Botswana is English speaking and is one of the friendliest and safest countries in Africa.

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    Brazil

    Brazil’s diversity extends beyond the biodiversity of the Amazon. It’s ethnic diversity creates a country that offers tourists a variety of unique experiences.

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    British Virgin Islands

    The British Virgin Islands are known for many things but sailing and beach bars always seem to be at the top of the list.

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    Bulgaria

    Bulgaria often bypassed for a visit to its bordering neighbors has a lot for travelers to do and see; from swimming in the black sea to skiing on Sofia’s Mount Vitosha.

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    Burkina Faso

    Burkina Faso is very much a developing country, but there is some basic tourist infrastructure, and there is a wide range of accommodation.

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    Cambodia

    Traveling to Cambodia can be at times joyful, stressful, beautiful, and heartbreaking (sometimes all at once), all of which make it a can't miss country.

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    Canada

    Canada, the second largest country in the world, has a little something for everyone: vast expanses of wilderness, bustling cities, towns reminiscent of old Europe, adventure activities and beautiful vistas. From Vancouver to Newfoundland, Canada offers many hidden gems for the travelers who venture into the Great White North.

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    Caribbean

    Waving palms, white sandy beaches and turquoise water… let us introduce you to the islands of the Caribbean.

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    Cayman Islands

    The Cayman Islands are a British overseas territory and consist over three main islands; Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman.

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    Chile

    Chile’s diverse geography gives travelers the opportunity to experience everything from beaches to mountains, from forests to islands.

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    China

    China is one of the biggest and most mysterious countries in the world.

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    Colombia

    Don’t let Colombia’s past turmoil deter you from visiting the tourist spots in this beautiful country.

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    Cook Islands

    For the traveler searching for a piece of Polynesian paradise, spreading across fifteen islands with jewel color waters lapping on the crisp white shores, adventure awaits you on Cook Islands.

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    Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is one of the most eco-friendly tourist destinations in the world, and is a very safe place to visit. With 5% of the world's biodiversity, Costa Rica has plenty of adventures to explore.

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    Cote d'Ivoire

    While the country was rocked by political crisis and near civil war for over a decade, Cote d'Ivoire has returned to stability in recent years.

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    Croatia

    Croatia was once a part of the former Yugoslavia. With diverse topography, Mediterranean-influenced cuisine and wine, defensive walls dating back to the Middle Ages, and year-round sun, it’s no surprise that tourism arrivals to Croatia continue to increase.

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    Cuba

    As Cuba opens up to more and more tourism, find out the best ways to enjoy this Caribbean country.

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    Cyprus

    Cyprus has scores of history, with thousand-year old cities and ancient ruins that range from Roman back to Neolithic times.

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    Czech Republic

    With much to offer any visitor including hiking and wine trails, learning and seeing firsthand the history of the Czech Republic will amaze anyone.

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    Denmark

    The rail systems in Denmark make traveling from one end of the country to the other easy, with plenty of activities for everyone.

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    Dominica

    Spend one day on Dominica and you’ll understand why it’s called the Nature Island.

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    Dominican Republic

    Find out how the Dominican Republic can spice things up during your vacation.

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    Ecuador

    For a small country, Ecuador packs a lot of punch and is one of the safest countries in all of Latin America.

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    Egypt

    Egypt has always been a node of important events that have shaped and changed the course of history, both national and international.

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    El Salvador

    El Salvador may be the smallest nation in Central America, but it packs a wallop when it comes to the number and variety of activities on offer.

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    Estonia

    With one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe, miles of shoreline along the Baltic Sea and more than a thousand islands, Estonia can be a great European getaway for those looking for something just a little different.

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    Ethiopia

    Ethiopia is a country of mixed cultures with a range of sights just as diverse for travelers.

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    Faroe Islands

    Although technically a territory of Denmark, the Faroe Islands are a self-governing entity with their own unique culture and language.

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    Fiji

    Fiji is the island paradise you've always dreamed of. Translucent waters, swaying palm trees and white beaches cover every one of the 332 islands that make up this tropical country.

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    Finland

    Whether you are looking to travel in the winter or Summer Finland has plenty of history and nature activities.

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    France

    The allure of traveling to France is undeniable. Boasting everything from prestigious wine-growing regions like Bordeaux to world-class skiing in the Alps, traveling to France gives something for everyone.

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    French Guiana

    French Guiana is a South American oddity, a territory where you can buy fresh French baguettes paid with Euros, all while being closely linked to both outer space and impenetrable rain forests.

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    French Polynesia

    Made up of more than 100 islands, French Polynesia attracts honeymooners, divers and travelers looking to get away from it all.

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    Georgia

    Considered by some as the cradle of both Christianity and wine, Georgia’s distinctive culture has evolved over centuries.

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    Germany

    Germany is renowned for its modern day cultural and high-tech contributions while still maintaining its very desirable “old world” charm. It can be easy to find English-speaking staff in restaurants and businesses in cities like Munich, Frankfurt, and Berlin.

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    Ghana

    Ghana, located on the western coast of Africa, is home to some of the friendliest people in Africa. Even with its positive reputation, tourism is not well established in Ghana.

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    Gibraltar

    This overseas territory of the United Kingdom has been contested for over 300 years between Spain and the UK, but Gibraltar offers visitors a chance to enjoy the warm weather and reconnect with both Britain’s and Spain’s naval histories.

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    Greece

    With its mild Mediterranean climate, beautiful islands, and abundant important archaeological sites, Greece offers the best combination of an educational and beach vacation.

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    Greenland

    Greenland is an ideal destination for travelers in search of an unusual outdoor adventure.

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    Grenada

    Known as the “Isle of Spice,” it’s said that sailors can smell the sweet aroma of Grenada before it can be seen. The island grows more spices per square mile than any other place on the world.

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    Guatemala

    Guatemala is a great tourist destination for travelers going to Central America.

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    Guyana

    Guyana is a little-known but spectacularly interesting rising star on the eco-travelers’ map, with unforgettable experiences within untouched nature.

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    Haiti

    Most visitors to Haiti are on volunteer missions, however for the adventure traveler, Haiti is a land full of potential.

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    Honduras

    Honduras is a magnet for divers with one of the largest coral reefs on the planet and diverse sea life.

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    Hong Kong

    The chaotic charm, dizzying skyscrapers, and rich colonial and Chinese past help make Hong Kong one of the most visited spots in Asia.

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    Hungary

    The Pest side of the capital is flat and offers a lot from a cultural point of view, while the hilly side of the city, Buda, is the part offering the great views, greenery and traces of Hungary’s rich history.

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    Iceland

    With all of the natural beauty to see there’s no wonder Iceland has many organized activities centered around the outdoors.

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    India

    Colorful, chaotic, and intense; the moment you set foot in India you will feel how this country is like none other on Earth.

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    Indonesia

    There are two sides to Indonesia: the one that draws in tourism and the other for travelers looking off-the-beaten-path. Which would you visit?

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    Iraq

    It was the first known place where records of human writing were discovered and where literature thrived thousands of years before Christ. The most visited areas in recent years have been into Iraqi Kurdistan, the area freed from Saddam Hussein’s rule during the Gulf War in the early 1990’s.

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    Ireland

    Visit the friendly country of Ireland, where you can experience the castles, landscape, and drinking of the Irish.

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    Isle of Man

    The Isle of Man, sometimes known simply as Mann, is located in the British Isles, directly between Great Britain and Ireland.

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    Israel

    As the spiritual and historical center of many religions, Israel is a tourist hub unlike any other in the world. Explore the nature and the culture of this unique country.

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    Italy

    With a rich history, beautiful countryside and delicious food, no wonder Italy is one of most popular tourist destinations in the world. From the Alps through Rome to Venice along the coast down to Sicily, Italy is a great destination for many types of travelers.

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    Jamaica

    Jamaica’s unique culture offers visitors a Caribbean experience unlike any other including outdoor activities, rich coffees, great food and of course reggae music.

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    Japan

    Japan is a country where modern, frenzied cities like Tokyo are complimented by remote and rustic villages that feel almost frozen in time.

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    Jersey

    Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and a visit can be easily incorporated into a European trip due to its accessibility from both England and France.

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    Jordan

    There are several ways in which you could experience Jordan, but there is no denying that the historical facet of the country dominates the most.

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    Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan might seem like it is a vast dry desert, but behind all that sand and dry vegetation hides a vast number of unique historical sights, snow-capped peaks, beautiful golden plains, lakes, and even glaciers.

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    Kenya

    Kenya has become popular with the safari-loving crowd, but has more to offer through its beautiful vistas and vibrant cultures.

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    Kyrgyzstan

    Kyrgyzstan is still far from becoming mainstream among travelers due to its short tourist season and the difficulty of getting there, but if you do visit the country, you’ll see it’s all worth it.

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    Laos

    Laos is not just about nature and adventure; there is a great deal of history that includes its colorful traditional past, the French colonization, and even the dark times of the Vietnam War.

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    Latvia

    Latvia, once ruled by Germany, Sweden, Russia and Poland, shows no shortage of history and culture.

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    Lebanon

    Since being declared independent in 1943, Lebanon has suffered lengthy periods of war. However, this has not stopped the people of Lebanon from being friendly, open, and particularly welcoming to foreigners.

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    Libya

    The Romans ruled the area from around 146 BC to around 670 AD, giving visitors to Libya access to some of the most impressive examples of Roman architecture.

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    Liechtenstein

    Liechtenstein is a great vacation stop if you enjoy both winter and summer activities. Located between Switzerland and Austria in Central Europe, making it the only country to lie completely within the Alps.

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    Lithuania

    With one of Europe’s most interesting old towns, a plethora of quirky attractions, miles of sandy beaches and vast national parks with hundreds of lakes and rivers, Lithuania should be at the top of any traveler’s list.

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    Luxembourg

    Luxembourg has something for every outdoors enthusiast, including hiking, kayaking, and biking. Slow down and enjoy all of the sights there are see or take a wine and/or brewery tour.

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    Macao

    Ruled by the Portuguese for 450 years, Macao was the oldest and last remaining European colony in Asia.

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    Macedonia

    Neighbored by Greece, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Serbia and Albania, Macedonia offers up an array of experiences to feed any travelers appetite.

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    Madagascar

    The island nation of Madagascar is not only one of the largest islands in the world; it’s also big on ecologic diversity and possesses a fascinating culture.

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    Malawi

    Malawi is often overlooked as a safari destination, but to the south of the lake you’ll find two of Africa’s best kept secrets.

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    Malaysia

    British colonial homes, Chinese Buddhist temples, Indian Hindu temples and Muslim prayer can all be found in the diverse country of Malaysia.

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    Maldives

    Famous for its white sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, and its over-water bungalows, the Maldives is the physical synonym of paradise, romance, and luxury.

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    Mali

    While it is a developing country, Mali does have something of a tourist infrastructure, with a registry of certified local guides and clear efforts to preserve major cultural and historical sites.

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    Malta

    Easily explored by foot, Malta is a hot spot for European vacationers. Whether it’s the beach or the history, there is a lot of variety on this tiny country.

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    Mauritius

    From the bustling markets of Central Bazaar in Port Louis, the glistening shores of Flic en Flac beach, and the sugar cane fields in between, Mauritius is an exciting island to explore.

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    Mexico

    Mexico is a popular destination for travelers seeking beaches and sun. But there's more to this country than just sand and surf - with plenty of history, culture and food, any traveler is sure to enjoy his time there.

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    Monaco

    Once home to American actress Grace Kelly, and is a hot spot for the rich and famous, the Principality of Monaco is the second smallest country in the world

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    Mongolia

    Being the least densely populated country in the world, Mongolia is surely the easiest place to get off the beaten path.

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    Montenegro

    One of the smallest, and newest, countries in Europe, Montenegro only claimed its independence from Serbia in 2006.

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    Morocco

    The majestic Atlas Mountains are one of the most prominent geographical features Morocco has, dividing the northern half from the southern half.

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    Mozambique

    Whether you are looking for a wildlife safari adventure, a sail on a traditional dhow amongst pristine mangrove forests, a swim with whale sharks and dolphins, or just a relaxing tropical beach, Mozambique is your destination.

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    Myanmar

    Myanmar's culture and history is a complex yet interesting mishmash of settlers and invaders from all fronts, and you can see this in their daily life routine, which still expresses their strong old traditions.

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    Namibia

    As a former German colony, Namibia still retains much of the German charm and influence, rich in culture and full of adventure.

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    Nepal

    Nestled between India and China, visitors will be impressed with the variety of activities within Nepal.

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    Netherlands

    The Netherlands, also referred to as Holland, is a country rich in heritage and offers many unique experiences to travelers and tourists.

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    Netherlands Antilles

    Whether you’re interested in outdoor activities, water sports, history, or just relaxing on the beach, a visit to the Netherlands Antilles fits the bill.

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    New Caledonia

    New Caledonia gives visitors the chance to experience a touch of France while in the South Pacific, including French cafés, food, shopping and the official language.

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    New Zealand

    New Zealand is one of the most popular countries for tourists, offering glaciers, waterfalls, snow-covered mountain peaks, volcanoes, beautiful beaches, rich forests and so much more.

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    Nicaragua

    From the tall volcanic peaks to the gorgeous colonial cities, Nicaragua is a perfect Central American destination for those who want it all.

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    North Korea

    The only way in which to visit “The Hermit Kingdom” is via guided tours. North Korea is seen as the most closed country in the world. However, the rules and regulations on tourism continue to change here, with many new areas of the country starting to open up for visits.

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    Norway

    With long lasting winters and 24-hour sunlight that you’ll find in the summer, Norway can easily be described as one of the most beautiful countries on earth.

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    Oman

    Oman is a land with great natural beauty, rich history, and deeply religious people.

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    Palau

    Once a US Territory, now an independent nation, Palau is a great destination for water related activities.

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    Palestinian Territories

    The Palestinian Territories refers to the Hamas controlled Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Authority controlled West Bank. The Gaza Strip, bordering Egypt, is completely off limits. The West Bank, landlocked between Israel and Jordan, is the area that can be visited by tourists, but only via Israel.

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    Panama

    From ancient indigenous tribes to city life in cosmopolitan Panama City, Caribbean white sand coasts and lush rainforests; Panama is a country that has it all.

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    Papua New Guinea

    With over 850 languages recognized in Papua New Guinea, it’s considered one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world.

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    Paraguay

    Being located in the heart of the South American continent, it might come as a surprise that Paraguay is in fact a very isolated country.

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    Peru

    Peru is the globe in miniature, with a vast array of the world’s climates from sand dunes to glaciers to jungles.

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    Philippines

    The Philippines invites travelers to experience its pristine beaches, awe-inspiring landscapes, and some of the best hospitality in all of South East Asia.

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    Poland

    Budget friendly and becoming popular among travelers, Poland is a place to find History, Castles, Mountains and Beaches.

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    Portugal

    With some of the warmest climates in Europe, Portugal is a great country to visit for its beaches and culture.

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    Puerto Rico

    As a US territory, Americans do not need a passport to travel to this Caribbean island. Discover this island that has plenty to offer in the way of mountains, rainforests, and – of course – beaches.

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    Qatar

    For a country that didn’t exist until 1971 Qatar is a remarkable story of determination and vision.

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    Romania

    From mountains to fairy-tale like towns to painted churches to the mouth of the Danube, there's plenty to see and do for a traveler in Romania.

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    Russian Federation

    As the largest country in the world, Russia has something for everyone – if only you take the time to explore it.

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    Rwanda

    Rwanda is quite possibly the prettiest and most underrated country in Africa. Now most famous as being one of the only places in the world where you can see mountain gorillas in the wild.

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    Samoa

    With white sandy beaches and rainforests, Samoa is a place to go to get away for a relaxed pace environment. The small islands make it easy to explore with a range of lodging, including tree house B&Bs, oceanside resorts, and rainforest hotels.

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    San Marino

    San Marino is visited by millions of tourists each year. Italian visitors in particular flock to San Marino, not just for sightseeing, but for tax-free shopping.

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    Saudi Arabia

    As the birthplace of the Islam, it’s no surprise that religion plays the most important role in local culture, one that extends to foreign visitors of Saudi Arabia.

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    Serbia

    Like its neighbors, the country has a complicated history but today, Serbia continues to evolve and thrive into an attractive destination for those wishing to discover.

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    Singapore

    As a major financial hub in Asia, the small city-state of Singapore offers travelers an experience in luxury unlike any others.

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    Slovakia

    Although Slovakia has only been its own independent country since 1993, it has a long history, dating back to the stone age.

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    Slovenia

    Although it was a part of the former Yugoslavia, Slovenia achieved independence with a short 10-day war, escaping much of the carnage that decimated its neighbors, Bosnia and Croatia.

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    South Africa

    South Africa is a diverse and always evolving country that caters to everyone from budget travelers to the most luxury-loving tourist.

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    South Korea

    For centuries, South Korea has been overshadowed by its neighbors, China and Japan. However, things are starting to change as people begin to discover the wonders and beauties of this fantastic destination

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    Spain

    From the beaches of Costa Brava to the architecture of Barcelona to the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain is a country with a laid-back lifestyle and friendly people.

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    Sri Lanka

    From pristine palmed beaches to dense jungles, Sri Lanka still conserves that image that makes you feel like you are in uncharted territory and could discover a lost city at any given time.

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    St. Barths

    At only 8-square miles, Saint Barthelemy also known as St. Barths packs a wide variety of adventures into it’s small size.

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    St. Kitts and Nevis

    Neither island is overrun by mass tourism; so much of the genuine character still exists on St. Kitts and Nevis.

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    St. Lucia

    Beaches, Rainforest and The Pitons, oh my! Spend your time lounging on the beach, or those seeking adventure there is plenty to discover in St. Lucia.

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    St. Pierre and Miquelon

    The islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon are a little taste of France right in America’s backyard.

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    St. Vincent and the Grenadines

    St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a nation of 32 islands, each one with a unique personality and authentic island charm.

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    Suriname

    Suriname is a country of contradictions and complications, equally of tolerance and conflicts. As multi-ethnicity goes it can’t be much more varied in a country where Dutch is the official language and influences are to this day heavily felt from four continents.

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    Svalbard

    It is hard to find a place more remote than Svalbard, a group of islands perched on the edge of the Arctic Ocean.

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    Sweden

    While you may only want to visit a country like Sweden during the summer, there are also many fun activities that are great for travelers in the winter.

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    Switzerland

    Of all of the beautiful places in this world that call to a traveler’s heart, Switzerland is one that never disappoints. It is as beautiful and authentic as the postcards and travel shows make it appear.

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    Syrian Arab Republic

    The fascinating country of Syria has seen its share of triumph and tragedy but despite this the spirit of the people and the unparalleled historical sites make it a unique destination.

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    Taiwan

    Taiwan offers the fast-paced big Asian city life, a deep-rooted important food culture, and stunning natural wonders just a short distance away from the city centers.

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    Tajikistan

    If you are looking for a mountainous adventure in one of the most remote areas in the world, Tajikistan is the place to go. The Pamir and Fann Mountains offer some of the most scenic hiking opportunities in the world, without the crowds you might find elsewhere.

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    Tanzania

    Tanzania is the proud home to the famous Serengeti National Park and the tallest mountain in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro.

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    Thailand

    The famous beaches of southern Thailand and the fast-paced capital of Bangkok draws millions of travelers each year.

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    Togo

    Those who do visit Togo find a charming and easy-going country squeezed in between Ghana to the West and Benin to the East.

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    Tonga

    Whether you chose to laze on the beach on land, or cruise the islands by yacht, Tonga makes a perfect vacation spot.

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    Tunisia

    The country may have gone though recent revolutions, but don’t let this deter you from visiting. Tunisia is a safe country and now it is even more interesting than before since it is entering a new chapter in its chameleonic history.

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    Turkey

    From landscapes, to people, and culture; Turkey is a country that is hard to beat when it comes to diversity.

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    Turkmenistan

    Turkmenistan is a country that is off most tourist’s radar, but is an unique and interesting place to visit even if you have to hire a guide in order to obtain a tourist visa.

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    Turks and Caicos Islands

    The Turks and Caicos are flat coral islands, the topography can vary from sand dunes to lush green vegetation to seaside cliffs and caves.

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    Uganda

    Uganda is the meeting point between the East African savannah and the West African jungles, with a variety of outdoor thrill seeking adventures.

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    Ukraine

    Whether you enjoy hiking in the mountains, visiting historic churches, staying out all night clubbing or relaxing on the beach, Ukraine has something for you.

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    United Arab Emirates

    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has exploded into a regional hub for business and commerce, but it is also quickly growing into a major destination for leisure travel. Visitors come for warm weather, delicious food, ample shopping, and attractions you can’t find anywhere else.

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    United Kingdom

    The United Kingdom comprises England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. From the bustling metropolis of London to the quaint towns that dot the countryside, the United Kingdom attracts travelers from around the world.

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    United States

    From Portland, Maine, to Portland, Oregon, the United States is a wealth of various cultures, activities and adventures. Whether you want to rest on a beach, shop in a city, climb a mountain or visit a museum, it can take years to explore this expansive country.

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    United States Virgin Islands

    One is a tourist friendly commercial cruise port, another is mostly a stunning national park, and the third one is an eco-friendly combination of the first two. This is how many people describe the three major islands of the United States Virgin Islands; St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix.

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    Uruguay

    A small country in South America, Uruguay is one of the most developed and safest countries in Latin America and is known for its stable democracy and excellent social services.

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    Uzbekistan

    Highlighted by centuries-old madrassahs, mosques and mausoleums that have been brightly restored to their former glory, Uzbekistan will surprise and intrigue you.

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    Vanuatu

    Whether you choose to relax on a soft sand beach or explore the volcanoes, waterfalls and remote villages, Vanuatu is a country that is diverse and unique.

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    Venezuela

    Venezuela is a country with passion and vibrancy that visitors will feel immediately. This Spanish speaking country is a lively blend of relaxed attitudes and a uniquely socialist perspective.

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    Vietnam

    Find out how a visit to Vietnam can be colorful, usually loud but exciting, and always delicious.

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    Zambia

    Rural towns, spectacular landscapes and plentiful wildlife make Zambia the real Africa according to those who visit.

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    Zimbabwe

    Those who dare to venture within Zimbabwe’s borders are rarely disappointed. The country is filled with unimaginable beauty and adventure.

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